RRsat Global Communications posted record quarterly revenue last week up 10.5% from last year, and CEO Avi Cohen expects the momentum at the content delivery company to continue.
China currently dominates the vital rare earth market in the world, leaving the U.S. highly vulnerable in the event of an embargo or trade war, says Kevin Cassidy, CEO of U.S. Rare Earths.
Shares of Krispy Kreme are hot today after it lifted its 2015 earnings forecast and boosted its share-buyback program after the bell Wednesday.
Power shares opened over 20% higher after the fuel-cell maker reported an in-line 8 cents a share loss on stronger-than-expected revenue of $8 million, up 35.5%.
Outsourcing consultant Information Services Group (ISG) revenue rose 10% in 2013 and CEO Michael Connors expects another strong performance in 2014, especially in its healthcare business due to Obamacare.
Fleetmatics is increasing spending in 2014 as it expands into new geographies and products, and it will pay off over the long term, says the company's CEO Jim Travers.
The so-called "Ides of March" are nearly upon us, but it's the final few days of the month that traders should beware, says Jeffrey Hirsch, Editor in Chief of the "Stock Trader's Almanac".
The criminal investigation that opened yesterday into GM's handling of an ignition flaw could threaten the company's turnaround, as well as the ability of new CEO Mary Barra to shift the former "Government Motors" into high gear.
U.S. markets opened lower Wednesday due to Chinese growth concerns. Shares of GM are down and the automaker may face criminal charges after the recall of 1.6 million cars.
Institutional use of bond ETFs is steadily on the rise, but the increase in flows is not displacing individual bonds or bond funds, says Stephen Laipply, Director at BlackRock.